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1Warm up 2/10/12 Armenian genocide Read the article about Armenia.In your notebook, write notes, a summary, questions, opinions about the information. You need 75 wordsFor a long time, Turkey has argued with countries to not call this event a “genocide”. Many have gone along with their wishes. The US does not officially use that term. Turkey provides valuable land for our military access into Iraq. Turkey wants to boost it’s image and reputation throughout the world.
2World War I (WWI) foldable 3 pieces of paperlayer them so that 1/2 inch of each piece showsfold them over so that you have 6 flapscut in ½ so that you share with your partnerstaple at the top
3glue a map on the front cover Label the 5 flaps as follows:Causes for WWITechnologyWhy the US got involvedBattles & EventsOutcomes
4p. 585Create a key, color the map accordingly. you do not need to label the countries
5organizing the notebook # your pages as follows, even if the numbers arent right for your notebookp. 21 will be the cover page-back p. 21 Holocaust questionsp. 22 glue in Friday’s foldable-back and front of p. 23 is today’s map wkstback of p. 23 is today’s vocabp. 24 is this week’s warm-ups
6warm up 2/13/12p. 24When WWI started, the US was officially neutral. List 2 benefits and 2 negatives to remaining neutral during a major conflict.benefits negativesavoid loss of lifeavoid being attackedfocus on own countrydon’t spend $$ on militaryno role in the future outcomewhat if the wrong side wins??might appear weak and open for attackno chance to gain territory or influence
7Create a cover page for the new unit you must include the dates: – 1918the alliance groups: Central Powers vs Allies2 pictures of inventions, battles, flags, leaders, events, etc – scan the chapter (p. 584)Fill the page with the informationUse colorp. 21
8WWI Vocab Isolationism Submarine Warfare Trench Warfare Alliances Zimmerman NoteChemical WarfarePropagandaList the 4 Central PowersList 4 Allied Powersback of p. 23Copy these words onto the back page of today’s HW.Write a definition in your own words
9What famous Arizonan am I honoring with my outfit? 2/14/12What famous Arizonan am I honoring with my outfit?
102/15/12What are the years for WWI?List 2 central powers.
11Causes of WWI M A I N SPARK ilitarism – focus on building up a nation’s militaryw/latest weapons; rivals hurried to keep upex/ Germany expanded its army and navylliances – partnerships w/other nations for protectionex/Serbia & Russia; Germany & Austria-Hungarymperialism –nations extending power by taking coloniesex/Austria wanted to control all the areas around itationalism – extreme love of one’s country thatled to competition for powerex/Serbia wanted to be free, not part of Austriaassassination of Archduke Ferdinand ofAustria by Serbian nationalp. 582 & 584
12warm-up 2/16/12 C D A B match the example with the cause of WWI Militarism A. Austria controlling nearby countriesAlliances B. Serbia wanting independenceImperialism C. Germany increases its armyNationalism D. GB joining forces with FranceCDAB
13new technology Trench Warfare -400 mi across western Europe -protection from enemy fire & hold position-created the “Western front” Switzerland to North Sea“no man’s land” b/t trenchesSTALEMATEChemical Warfare-poison gas fired into trenches (used gas masks)glue in pictures of an airplane, gas masks and a tank on your notes next to the topic
15helped direct ground troops attacked trenches dropped bombs Airplaneshelped direct ground troopsattacked trenchesdropped bombsmounted machine gunsair battles called “dogfights”German “Red Baron”Tanksflattened barbed wiredrove over trenchesshields for infantrymotorizednot very effective
16summary assignmentback of warm upsend of Thurs’ classactivityYou are a soldier in the trenches. Write an editorial to be sent to your hometown newspaper or a letter to your family, supporting or arguing against any one of these new technologies that you are facing.
17warm-up 2 – 17 - 12 tanks airplanes trenches Western Front ___________ provided cover for troops___________ dropped bombs in trenches___________ caused a Stalemate“______________” name for line of trenchestanksairplanestrenchesWestern Front
18Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place. Think about the questions. As a group, create a storyboard with dialogue and pictures depicting life as a soldier in WWI. You must have at least 8 panels. The 1st and last ones are introductory and conclusion panels. Think graphic novel. -groups of 1, 2 or based on fact -1 piece of butcher paper/group -color -title
19Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place. Think about the questions. As a group, create a storyboard with dialogue and pictures depicting life as a soldier in WWI. You must have at least 8 panels. The 1st and last ones are introductory and conclusion panels. Think graphic novel. -groups of 1, 2 or 3 -based on fact -1 piece of butcher paper/group -title -color“How long has it been? Weeks – months – years? Only days. We see time pass in the colourless faces of the dying, we cram food in us, we run, we throw, we shoot, we kill, we lie about, we are feeble and spent, and nothing supports us but the knowledge that there are still feebler, still more spent, still more helpless ones there who, with staring eyes , look upon us as gods that escape death many times.”“A shell crashes. Almost immediately, 2 others. And then it begins in earnest. A bombardment. A machine gun rattles. Now there is nothing for it but to stay lying low. Apparently an attack is coming. Everywhere the rockets shoot up. Unceasing…I lie motionless; - somewhere something clanks, it stamps and stumbles nearer – all my nerves become taut and icy. It clatters over me and away, the first wave has passed. I have but this one shattering thought: What will you do if someone jumps into your shell-hole? – Swiftly, I pull out my little dagger, grasp it fast and bury it in my hand once again under the mud. If anyone jumps in here, I will go for him. It hammers in y forehead; at once, stab him clean through the throat, so that he cannot call out; that’s the only way; he will be just as frightened as I am; when in terror we fall upon one another, then I must be first.”Questions to get your creativity going! Think like a soldier in the trenches.*What do you do to keep from getting bored?*Your leg has a cramp, how can you get rid of it?*The soldier next to you has a cold and keeps sneezing and coughing. What can you do to protect yourself from getting sick too?*Your uniform is wet because you have been sitting in a puddle. What will you do to get more comfortable?*As you sit in the trench, what do you fear? What dangers do you face?How are you preparing yourself – both physically and mentally – to face those dangers?
20Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place Read the passages below. Put yourself in the soldier’s place. Think about the questions. As a group, create a storyboard with dialogue and pictures depicting life as a soldier in WWI. You must have at least 8 panels. The 1st and last ones are introductory and conclusion panels. Think graphic novel. -groups of 1, 2 or based on fact -1 piece of butcher paper/group -title -color“One lands behind us. Some recruits jump up terrified. A couple of minutes later another comes over, nearer this time… Then it begins in earnest. We crawl away as well as we can in our haste. The next lands fair amongst us. Two fellows cry out. Green rockets shoot up on the sky-line. Barrage. The mud flies high, fragments whiz past. The crack of the gun is heard long after the roar of the explosions…It’s got someone pretty badly. Cries are heard between the explosions. At last it grows quiet. The fire has lifted over us and is now dropping on the reserves. We risk a look. Red rockets shoot up to the sky. Apparently there is an attack coming. Where we are is still quiet. I sit up and shake the recruit by the shoulder. “All over, kid! It’s all right this time.”He looks around him dazedly. “You’ll get used to it soon,” I tell him.“The dull thud of the gas-shells mingles with the crashes of the light explosives. A bell sounds between the explosions, gongs, and metal clappers warning everyone – Gas – Gas – Gas. These first minutes with the mask decide between life and death: is it air tight? I remember the awful sights in the hospital: the gas patients who lay in day-long suffocation cough up their burnt lungs in clots. Cautiously, the mouth applied to the valve, I breathe. The gas still creeps over the ground…like a big, soft jelly-fish…Inside the gas-mask my head booms and roars- it is nigh bursting. My lungs are tight, they breathe always the same hot, used up air, the veins on my temples are swollen. I feel I am suffocating.”There has been constant shelling for 3 days, How does your head feel?What destruction do you expect to see around you the next morning?Do you expect to die?What do you think the enemy hopes to accomplish by this constant shelling?The gas mask makes you feel claustrophobic. What is that feeling like? What can you do to overcome the feeling?The soldier net to you dies. What are you going to do with the body?Your gas mask irritates the skin of your face and itches. What can you do to comfort yourself without exposing yourself to the poisonous gas?
21When WWI began, what was the US position? p. 25 is for warm ups 2/21 – 2/242/21/12 warm upWhen WWI began, what was the US position?List 3 new technologies of WWI.
22visual is DUE at the end of the hour If you were absent Friday, the assignment is on the side board. Yours is due at the end of the hour as well.I am checking calendars while you work, take it out
23warm up 2/22Read the paragraphs next to the 2 pictures on the bottom of p. 592 and Write down 3 facts.Pick up an evalutation card. write your name and the members of your storyboard group. Score yourself and your partner(s) on a scale of 1 – 6 on effort and cooperation. 6 is best! Turn it in to the bucket.
24Why did the US get involved? Many argued for IsolationismBoth sides – pro-war and anti-war used propaganda to sway public opinionSinking of the Lusitania (1915)British passenger ship carrying many Americans and military supplies to the AlliesZimmerman note – telegram sent by the Germans to Mexico asking them to invade the US so we wouldn’t join WWI in Europe (1917)Germans resumed unrestricted submarine warfare– angered the US (1917)Selective Service Act – 1917-still the law today to register from ages
25US entered the war on April 6, 1917 Forced the surrender of the Germans Nov, 1918
26HW – complete both sheets tape or glue into your notebook – back of p HW – complete both sheets tape or glue into your notebook – back of p. 25, front of p. 26
27List 2 events that caused the US to join the Allies in WWI. warm up 2/23/12List 2 events that caused the US to join the Allies in WWI.
28Battles & Events 1917 Bolshevik Revolution See Chart p. 584, map p. 585**Germany had to fight on 2 fronts (write this)Choose 2 battles to summarize. Draw a small map showing where the battle occurred. Use clues from the article to figure it out. (25 minutes)dsjglkaawiehnbvlmba ndglajga;mbaekgjjgadlknbsdlkflkangb sdla;gjangabag2. lakdgfaeihgnabd;mab aakdngaklb rkmba;l z1917 Bolshevik Revolutionrhine rivergermany
291917 Bolshevik Revolution – communist take over of Russia (November) -Vladimir Lenin was the leader- withdrew Russian troops from the Eastern front & signed a peace agreement with Central Powers-Germans put all their attention on the western front
30Schenck v United States (1919) Why it mattersDecisionBackgroundEspionage Act – passed 2 months after the US entered WWI, dealt with spying (espionage) mostly but did include a phrase about interfering with the recruitment of soldiersDraw a picture showing how the 1st Amendment freedoms are different during wartime.p. 605back of p. 26
31After the notes today, notebooks are due. warm up 2/24/12Give an example of Freedom of Speech being limited or restricted? For example…After the notes today, notebooks are due.
32Outcomes - Territory changes: - War-Guilt provisions: Treaty of Versailles – leaders from 32 nations came to the peace conference p. 608- Military changes:- Territory changes:- War-Guilt provisions:League of Nations formed to help keep peace in Europeweak because US & Germany were not membersPres. Wilson’s idea but the US Congress would not agree to joinUS wanted to return to being isolationist
33see chapter summary p. 614answer the questions 1 – 12 on the bottom of your notes about the outcomes. Just the letter will be fine. Work with your neighbor.
34Grades for the notebook that you turned in Friday were low Grades for the notebook that you turned in Friday were low. Complete what you were missing and resubmit TOMORROW to receive more points.Warm ups week of 2/27 – 3/2 go on page 27Warm up 2/27/12Read Chapter 18 summary on p Write down the main idea from each of the 4 sections.
35Test during history Tuesday or Wednesday based on the AIMS schedule Study your WWI foldable notes – all 5 flapsRead through the warm-ups from last weekComplete the crossword and study it. Many of the answers are also test answers.Complete the review test questions. Read through it to study.